Pretty easy, overall.
This course is amazing. It counts as a foreign language and is easy to learn. My professor was actually deaf which makes it sound harder, but it made learning sign language easier. This is a very in-depth class that involves a good amount of repetition, but it is not boring.
We were required to attend three deaf culture events throughout the year that were considered voice-off. These events were actually incredibly fun and you are able to meet many new people from the community that are deaf or other students taking the class.
Hours per week:
Advice for students:
Practice your signing vocabulary whenever you have free time so that you don't have to sit and study for long periods of time. While walking to class practice your alphabet, while in the shower practice signing sentences, and try to have a sign language conversation at least once a week.